New path paves the way for community involvement

New path paves the way for community involvement

At Cherry Tree Gardens in Blackpool, members of the local community and pupils from St Georges School are working together to create a new path which will benefit all.

The company has provided the materials for the new path, Managing Director Ray Eyre said: “As a company we always like to help the local community and this is a worthwhile project that everyone was involved in and everyone will benefit from.”

Blackpool Council’s Community Volunteers leader Neil Froggett has developed the Cherry Tree Gardens project from small beginnings seven years ago.

St. George’s Acting Head Mr Dan Berry said: “The whole project has been fantastic and this has transformed this area. We’re going to keep this going because the social value is immeasurable.”

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“They (Parkinson) have embraced the partnering ethos and continue to deliver projects to a good standard.”

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